Yannick Bolasie has returned to England following his loan spell at Sporting CP and is prepared to fight for his Everton career. The DR Congo international has had loan spells at Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Anderlecht and Sporting since his last appearance for the Toffees, which came when Sam Allardyce was in charge. Bolasie has not yet trained with his Everton teammates due to coronavirus guidelines but he is optimistic he can become involved ahead of next season.
Yannick Bolasie said “There is no reason why I couldn’t. I can play everywhere and willing to do anything for the team, I believe when I’m on a pitch I’ll always make the difference and help the team in any way they need. If I didn’t share the same desire [to make it work at Everton] I would not have gone out on loan, I’d happily have stayed in the u23’s (people talk about £ but I took [loans] so I can prove myself. [I’m] always confident as I know my ability but the rest is out of my hands….played a lot of games this season and also in Europa League with someone who is smashing up the Prem right now [Bruno Fernandes at Sporting Lisbon].”
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